Registering to vote
Online voter registration - requires current Indiana Driver's License or Indiana State ID
Download an application for an absentee ballot for the 2020 General Election -- Application must be received by Oct. 22 at 11:59 p.m.
Printable mail-in voter registration [PDF] - requires current Indiana Driver’s License or Indiana State ID or last four of SSN
Call Voter registration office at 317-346-4466 to have an application mailed to you.
The forms can be mailed to PO Box 451, Franklin, IN 46131, Faxed to 317-736-3798 or emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
In-Person registration -
Johnson County Courthouse - Basement
5 E. Jefferson St.
Franklin, IN 46131
Photo ID law - How to make sure your photo ID will be accepted at the polling location
Absentee voting and voting by mail - Including applications for absentee ballots
Who are my elected officials? - Type in your home address and get a list of your elected officials
How Did They Vote? - House and Senate votes are tracked on this site.
iSide With - Quizzes that help you determine how the candidates match up to your stand on issues.
The Lugar Center - Site that ranks how bipartisan each member of Congress is.
Politifact - Fact checking resource
VoteSmart.org - Facts on any politician, resources for finding out how politicians stand on issues and fact checking information.
Vote411 -- In-depth voting information for Indiana voters